Many vehicle owners believe that since they have bought or leased their vehicle in good condition, that they don’t have to keep up to date with the regular maintenance of it. For those of you that carry this mindset, please think this over, as even the best-kept cars in the greatest conditions will need to be serviced on a regular basis to keep them working properly for years to come. Here are the reasons why you shouldn’t ignore when you see a service icon light up on your vehicle’s dashboard or when you get the phone call from your Service Department to arrange your next service appointment.



Thousands of accidents occur every year as a consequence of owners avoiding vehicle maintenance. While many of us choose to blame poor driving more often than not, many of these accidents happen due to faulty or timeworn brake systems, uneven or limited tire treads, worn out wiper blades, and exhaust build ups just to name a few. Make sure that yourself, your family, your car, and all the other vehicles around you are safe by scheduling regular service checks.


If you are uncompromising with the high level of service you provide your vehicle, you can be sure that your vehicle will return the favour with being more dependable to get you where you need to go. If you pay a little more attention to a vehicle’s vital fluids, oils, and various parts, you can be sure to reduce the internal wear and tear.


Wait, what? How can I lower my cost of ownership by spending more on maintenance? By performing Routine Maintenance, you can avoid a major malfunction, which can ultimately lower your cost of ownership, as many of the large-scale problems with vehicles can be identified early and prevented.



Most consumers of pre-owned vehicles are adamant about knowing the vehicle’s service history and invest a great effort in finding a vehicle in great condition and well taken care of. By servicing regularly, and keeping your records organized, you can prove this as well as the fact that your vehicle hasn’t had any major problems. If you had two identical vehicles with the same mileage for sale, wouldn’t it make sense that the vehicle with a great service history would hold a higher price than the one with poor service?